13 Jun, 2017 @ 12:04
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EasyJet passengers suffer 40-hour delay on Malaga to Bristol flight

Delayed: EasyJet

PASSENGERS flying back to Bristol from Malaga had to endure a 40-hour delay.
Around 130 passengers were forced to wait in two hotels and Malaga airport after issues with a broken engine.
Passengers complained of being forced to walk to the hotel at 3am, being given just nine euros to spend on food, and even offered a vote on whether they wanted to stay on the plane while the pilot tried to fix it.
According the reports, the pilot asked if passengers wanted to wait for him to fix it so they could fly, or get off and wait for another plane.
The passengers are now said to be considering legal action.

EasyJet denies asking passengers to vote on whether or not to fly with faulty engine.

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